Of the indigenous mammalia, the only one now left of any size, which is common, is the Cervus
Lower Truck And Agricultural Sales Weigh On Cervus
Using petroleum ether to extract an antimicrobial cerebroside from the liposoluble constituent of cervus
nippon antler velvet layer was studied in this paper.
Taking into account the interests of current and future generations, the project proposes to establish a moratorium on hunting the following animals from 2020 to 2030 throughout Kyrgyzstan: mountain sheep - argali (Ovis ammon), mountain goat - ibex (Capra sibirica), roe deer (Capreolus pygargus), maral (Cervus
elaphus asiaticus), wild boar (Sus scrofa) in order to ensure the effective protection and reproduction of the biological diversity of the animal world.
In my career, I can't estimate how many times I've written that elk and red deer were both of species Cervus
deer ( Cervus
elaphus), a number of mitochondrial DNA genetic studies have revealed that Hangul is part of the Asian clad of the elk ( Cervus
elaphus (hereafter, elk) is an ideal species to estimate intraspecific scaling relationships between maternal body mass and birth mass of their neonates for a few reasons.
It is known that an average developmental cycle of stag beetle (Lucanus cervus
L., 1752) lasts for 5 years.
The ITS2 rDNA sequences of the five samples and another stomach fluke from red deer (Cervus
elaphus) in Slovakia  showed 100% identity.
BACOLOD CITY -- The Biodiversity Conservation Center of Negros Forests and Ecological Foundation now has 14 Visayan spotted deer (Cervus
alfredi) after another fawn was born in June.
25 July 2012 - The underwriters of an offering of 6.0% convertible unsecured subordinated debentures by Cervus
Equipment Corp (TSE:CVL) fully used their option to buy additional securities, the Canadian equipment dealership manager said on Tuesday.